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Montana private hospitals could lose funding due to state ban on vaccine mandates

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Does your neighborhood have good urban design? Employ the 'trick-or-treat test'

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Visa delays are contributing to the U.S. labor shortage

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Under new ownership, 'Ebony' magazine bets on boosting Black business

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NYC taxi drivers enter day 11 of hunger strike for medallion debt relief

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Should the rich pay more in taxes? We ask New Yorkers on Wall Street

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The bias built into tax laws that disadvantages income from labor

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Steel ingots emerge from an oven at the Saarsthal rail plant in Hayange, France, on Sept. 13, 2021. The United States and European Union have reached a deal on steel and aluminum tariffs. Jean-Christophe Verhaegen/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Members of the United Auto Workers strike outside of a John Deere plant on Oct. 20 in Ankeny, Iowa. The farm equipment manufacturer reached a tentative labor agreement with the union on Saturday. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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President Biden poses for a selfie with first responders who joined world leaders Saturday for the traditional family photo at the G-20 summit in Rome. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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Biden focuses on France at the G20 economic summit

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In recent years, New York-based attorney Spencer Sheehan has filed more than 400 lawsuits targeting products in almost every aisle of the grocery store over what he says are misleading claims on advertising and packaging. Spencer Sheehan hide caption

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Trump Tower's new wine and whiskey bar, 45, includes enormous pictures of the former president, in and around the White House. Andrea Bernstein/NPR hide caption

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Trump's businesses and brand still suffering from his polarizing rhetoric

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A detainee worker moves a cart of trays containing chicken fajita meals during a 2019 media tour of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Tacoma, Wash. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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